2019 Minicast – The Importance of Hobbies

July 25, 2019 by  
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Ed Kasputis interviews Padres fan and Pastor, James D. Smith III about the importance of hobbies.  Jim shares words of wisdom that were inspired by his lovely wife, Linda many years ago.

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2019 San Diego Padres

July 14, 2019 by  
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We remember the Angels with their no hit tribute honoring Tyler Skaggs and Ed Kasputis interviews author Brittany Frederick from friarsonbase.com about her team down the road from Anaheim, the San Diego Padres.

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2019 The Famous San Diego Chicken re-broadcast

July 10, 2019 by  
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On March 22, 2011, Ed Kasputis interviewed Ted Giannoulas aka The Famous San Diego Chicken.  This interview was originally scheduled to be released during our San Diego Padres podcast (Episode 49) but it was so good that we produced this special edition podcast.  The Famous San Diego Chicken is the Babe Ruth of sports mascots.  During this 39 minute interview, you’ll better understand how the genius of Ted Giannoulas has forever changed our ball park experience.

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2019 Jerry Coleman minicast

January 13, 2019 by  
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We honor Hall of Fame broadcaster and patriot, Jerry Coleman (1924 – 2014).  We applaud the commentary of Keith Olbermann as Ed Kasputis interviews, Andy Strasberg (Coleman’s agent), author Curt Smith and The Famous San Diego Chicken.  The podcast concludes with former Padre, Tim Flannery’s song, Hang A Star on That One.  Semper Fidelis.

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2018 The Famous San Diego Chicken Re-broadcast

December 2, 2018 by  
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On March 22, 2011, Ed Kasputis interviewed Ted Giannoulas aka The Famous San Diego Chicken.  This interview was originally scheduled to be released during our San Diego Padres podcast (Episode 49) but it was so good that we produced this special edition podcast.  The Famous San Diego Chicken is the Babe Ruth of sports mascots.  During this 39 minute interview, you’ll better understand how the genius of Ted Giannoulas has forever changed our ball park experience.

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2018 San Diego Padres

April 29, 2018 by  
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We’re in America’s Finest City pondering the fate of this year’s Padres. Ed Kasputis interviews blogger, Nick Stevens from friarsonbase.com about the team Nick loves.

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2018 Jerry Coleman minicast

April 25, 2018 by  
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We honor Hall of Fame broadcaster and patriot, Jerry Coleman (1924 – 2014).  We applaud the commentary of Keith Olbermann as Ed Kasputis interviews, Andy Strasberg (Coleman’s agent), author Curt Smith and The Famous San Diego Chicken.  The podcast concludes with former Padre, Tim Flannery’s song, Hang A Star on That One.  Semper Fidelis.

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2017 San Diego Padres

April 16, 2017 by  
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We’re in Atlanta watching the Padres open up Sun Trust Park with the Braves.  Ed Kasputis interviews Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology about his 2017 MLB predictions.

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2017 The Famous San Diego Chicken Re-broadcast

April 12, 2017 by  
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On March 22, 2011, Ed Kasputis interviewed Ted Giannoulas aka The Famous San Diego Chicken.  This interview was originally scheduled to be released during our San Diego Padres podcast (Episode 49) but it was so good that we produced this special edition podcast.  The Famous San Diego Chicken is the Babe Ruth of sports mascots.  During this 39 minute interview, you’ll better understand how the genius of Ted Giannoulas has forever changed our ball park experience.

Play

2016 The Famous San Diego Chicken Re-broadcast

July 13, 2016 by  
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Episode 51 - The Famous San Diego Chicken

On March 22, 2011, Ed Kasputis interviewed Ted Giannoulas aka The Famous San Diego Chicken.  This interview was originally scheduled to be released during our San Diego Padres podcast (Episode 49) but it was so good that we produced this special edition podcast.  The Famous San Diego Chicken is the Babe Ruth of sports mascots.  During this 39 minute interview, you’ll better understand how the genius of Ted Giannoulas has forever changed our ball park experience.

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